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Essay heading: an argument for the existence of god
 
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Famous theologians such as St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Anselm present logical reasons for the existence of a higher being in their ontological and cosmological arguments, respectively. (Edwards, 24) Famous Philosophers throughout the course of history have also argued for the existence of God. Great and wise minds such as Plato, Rene Descartes, William Paley, Immanuel Kant, and Hastings Rashdall have also all given rational explanations for the existence of God, all of which are not at all faith-based...
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Great and wise minds such as Plato, Rene Descartes, William Paley, Immanuel Kant, and Hastings Rashdall have also all given rational explanations for the existence of God, all of which are not at all faith-based. (Edwards, 25) In fact, Immanuel Kant rejected the explanations of St. Thomas Aquinas and St...
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